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  1. Nissan recalls all cars it's sold in Japan since 2014

    10.06 / 09:09 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    After authorities found major irregularities regarding final vehicle inspections, Nissan has announced a recall of 1.2 million cars sold domestically over the past three years and apologized for the…
  2. Fitch joins S&P in Catalonia downgrade warning

    10.06 / 09:09 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Ratings agency Fitch has warned it may downgrade the sovereign debt rating of Catalonia as tensions with Madrid escalate over the region's push for independence. It comes a day after agency S&P issued a similar…
  3. Prepare for 'very hard Brexit,' German industry group warns

    10.06 / 01:38 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The Federation of German Industries (BDI) has urged businesses in this country to draw up plans for an unregulated exit of Britain from the EU, meaning the UK leaves the bloc without a deal to shape future…
  4. Catalan banks prepare for shifting headquarters after secession

    10.06 / 01:38 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Banco Sabadell has decided to move its legal headquarters out of Catalonia as separatists prepare to declare the region independent from Spain. A similar move is being weighed by Catalonia's biggest lender,…
  5. Google's AI-driven smartphone will learn what you like

    10.06 / 01:38 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The tech giant believes its new Pixel phones, driven by artificial intelligence (AI), will give it the edge over Apple. Among the new features, the phone offers realtime voice translation from 96…
  6. FBI probes Adidas in basketball bribery case

    10.06 / 01:38 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Sportswear giant and trendsetter Adidas has been caught red-handed in a major corruption and bribery scandal in the US, prompting a reconsideration of athlete endorsement in exchange for other…
  7. German weapons firms find lucrative market in United States

    10.04 / 22:16 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    German weapons firms have found eager buyers in the United States. Stats show that stock prices of US gunmakers rise after shootings like the one in Las…
  8. Cheap solar energy the fastest growing new power source

    10.04 / 17:26 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    China's mass-deployment of solar power has helped capacity of the renewable energy grow by 50 percent in 2016. Analysts have praised a sharp drop in the price of panels and more government…
  9. Spanish stocks slump on Catalonia crisis

    10.04 / 17:26 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    The Madrid stock market has tumbled by three percent on intensifying concerns over the deepening Catalan independence crisis in Spain, dragging down European indices despite new highs on Wall…
  10. Russia's Putin mulls financial aid for Venezuela

    10.04 / 17:26 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    Russia says it may restructure Venezuela's debt payments as oil continues to flow between the two allies. Embattled Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro is due to meet his Russian counterpart amid an economic crisis at…
  11. EU orders Amazon to pay Luxembourg 250 million euros in back taxes

    10.04 / 17:26 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    In Brussels' latest regulatory move targeting US tech companies accused of tax avoidance, the European Commission has ordered Luxembourg to collect 250 million euros in back taxes from American retail giant…
  12. Ford announces $14 billion in cost cuts

    10.04 / 17:26 dw.com Dw.com - Business
    With sales up in September, Ford's new CEO Jim Hackett has revealed a plan to increase investment in electric and larger vehicles. At the same time he is implementing a massive cost-cutting…